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Thursday, November 26, 2020

Police have issued 45 £1000 fine for failing to isolate to date
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The latest figures released today (Monday 26) reveal that Police have issued 45 £1000 fines for individuals that fail to isolate.

The figures to date from March this year also show that 1075 community resolution notices were issues as well as 1598 penalty notices, ranging from £60 in the first instance to up to a maximum of £900.

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There were also 400 prohibition notices issued. There are either to licenced premises or to restrictions of gatherings in private dwellings.

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